Welcome to my October Wrap Up. I have had an alright reading month, finishing 7 books (unfortunately only 1 book off my TBR). I’m happy with my reading this month. I received 10 ARC’s this month so I didn’t get to a lot of books off my TBR, but I’m fine with that.
I have reviews up or coming up for these books so as usual this is just going to be a brief run down on each book I read.
Without further ado, let’s get into my October Wrap Up…
Moxie by Jennifer Mathieu: I loved this book. A call the arms for teenage feminists, this book is both current and necessary. The story was fun and entertaining and the addition of the Moxie ‘zine’ was fantastic. A must read book for all Young Adults. MOXIE GIRLS FIGHT BACK.
Rory The Dinosaur Needs A Christmas Tree by Liz Climo: This book was absolutely beautiful. The perfect Christmas story for young readers and their families. This book is going to be a much-loved and much read book this holiday season.
Bouncing Bouncing Little Joeys by Lesley Gibbes: This Aussie Christmas story is absolutely perfect. An amazing Aussie story with fantastic illustrations. I adored this book and I would recommend it to all parents this Christmas.
Minefields by Hugh Riminton: This amazing memoir covers so many historic events that many readers will be familiar with. I loved this book. The writing was emotive, the subjects were moving and wonderfully described, and the layout was perfect. I honestly don’t have a bad word to say about this book.
Mirror Mirror by Cara Delevingne: A dark and twisted coming of age story. This book was filled with twists and turns that keep the reading turning the page. I loved the different family and friend dynamics that were explored in this book. This book will surprise and completely entertain readers.
Enid Blyton: Five Go Down Under by Sophie Hamley: If you are or were a fan of The Famous Five, this is the book for you. This quick read is both familiar and fresh. With the characters we know and love, this story will bring a smile to your face.
The Girls With The Lost Smile by Miranda Hart: Miranda Hart has done an amazing job with this book. It was sweet, funny and full of things to learn. I found myself smiling from start to finish. This is the perfect book for young readers and their families.
That’s it for my October Wrap Up. Let me know what you guys read this month.
Until my November Wrap Up…